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Sunday 12th June 2022

BriSCA F2
Heat 1 86 7 801 3 629 184 222 783 918 747
Heat 2 86 915 801 783 7 184 629 3 142 747
Irish Open Final 7 86 3 801 783 142 918 184 915 674
Grand National 86 325 3 222 184 801 918 652 7

ORCi Stock Rods
Heat 1 29 77 92 272 932 612 142 958 981 21
Heat 2 115 172 216 29 47 272 92 16 79 981
Irish Open Final 29 272 92 172 612 115 268 216 77 16

Junior Rods
Heat 1 19 910 924 18 932 61 945
Heat 2 991 924 910 922 945 61 48
Final 924 910 19 18 922 48 61 975

Micro F2 Stock Cars
Heat 1 879 36 181 10 41 22 30 766 153 733
Heat 2 41 181 36 22 215 766
Final 879 36 41 181 30 153 215 733

B2B Bangers
Heat 1 32 75 48 997 22 308
Heat 2 997 48 75 308 32 22 13
Final 997 48 75 22 13 548







Moodie strikes again!!

The Irish Open title was up for grabs on day two of the F2 speed weekend. A depleted entry of cars assembled in the pit area after the bruising encounters of the previous evening. Billy Finnegan continued his impressive form with victory in both the heat races which would put him on pole position for the main race.
Finnegan set the early pace in the Irish Open but it wasn't long until Moodie took over at the helm, Finnegan was quickly relegated to second with Jack Cave third. Moodie managed to hold sway at the front all the way to the conclusion, Finnegan was on hand to keep Moodie honest right to the bitter end recording a pleasing runner up place, Rennie made a late move to fill the final step of the podium. Finnegan rounded out the weekend in fashion with a runaway win in the grand national.

Double delight for Philp

The Stock Rods were also doing battle for the Irish Open Championship. Philp and Sam McKinstry were the heat winners before Philp went on to win the Irish Open. Philp endured a race long battle with fellow country man Derek Connor who was the gallant runner up, William Donnell secure third place.

Sunday Support Round Up

Caitlin Mitchell continued here winning streak in the Micro F2's with another duo of wins, Lana Middler also fitted victory lane in event two.

Brodie Millar and Daniel Stewart shared the Junior Rod heat wins, while Jack Morrow stormed ahead in the meeting final to take the win. Morrow was followed across the line by Aaron Ward and Millar.

Completing the race programme was the Back to Basic Micro Bangers. Aaron McGaw was the heat one victor before Matt Milliken took over to win both the second heat and final.




- My Laps Information

Saturday 11th June 2022

BriSCA F2
Heat 1 7 142 801 915 647 86 467 718 172 74
Heat 2 647 3 184 915 142 747 86 918 325 93
Heat 3 74 7 783 801 903 325 222 3 652 918
F2 ChallangeFinal 7 86 783 629 184 467 652 674 142 512

2Lt Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1 180 719 711 96 153 747 819 941 181 105
Heat 2 719 153 96 711 747 22 941 493
Final 719 96 153 941 819 711 747 105 180 22

ORCi Stock Rods
Heat 1 92 914 115 981 47 272 612
Heat 2 172 77 29 216 272 16 612 914 47 115
European Championship Final 29 914 216 612 92 77 958 115 16 47

GP2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1 24 37 132 139 68 72 188
Heat 2 139 837 37 194 87 68 132 51 11 777
Final 139 194 837 11 51 87 132 68 24

Micro F2 Stock Cars
Heat 1 879 36 181 99 19 22 733 153 215
Heat 2 879 19 36 41 99 215 181 733 766 30
Final 879 41 36 181 99 22 153 733 215 312




Moodie blasts to Challenge trophy glory

A very pleasing entry of 30 plus cars gathered at Nutts Corner Raceway to contest the 2022 running of the Brisca F2 Challenge Trophy. High profile visitors included Gordon Moodie, Chris & Steven Burgoyne, James Rygor and Liam Rennie. A two third format was the preferred format, with each of the drivers contesting in two heats, in order to score qualifying points for the showdown grid.

The heat races were lively to say the least, with plenty of drama all around the raceway including roll over's for both Graham and Gavin Fegan. Gordon Moodie picked up the win in heat one before Chris Burgoyne took the heat two spoils, coming through for the local contingent; was Jonny Stirling when he took the flag in heat three.

With the points totalled it was Moodie who occupied pole position for the final with C Burgoyne along side, next up was Jonathan Hadfield, Jack Cave, Jamie Jones and Rennie. Moodie got away in text book fashion at the fall of the green while those behind went scattering in all directions resulting in a race stoppage and a complete restart.

Moodie was again quickly away at the second time of asking, however this time C Burgoyne wouldn't share the same fate, colliding heavy with the turn 1 concrete. The stranded machinery of Burgoyne among others would see the yellow flags aired again. With the cars now in single file fashion, Moodie would lead into the resumption ahead of Billy Finnegan Jnr and Rygor. By this time the grid was well thinned out after the earlier carnage. Moodie went on to take the win ahead of Finnegan and Rygor.

European crown for Philp

It was an important night for the Stock Rods as they contested their 2022 European Championship.
The points obtained via the heat races, won by William Donnell and Derek Connor would dictate the grid for the European decider. Joshua McMullan and Connor were the front row sitters with the multiple champion David Philp and Sam McKinstry behind. McMullan got off to a flying start while early skirmishes resulted in a caution period after a few cars entangled on the home stretch. McMullan picked up where he left off on the restart, however this time around Philp was close behind. As the laps ticked away it become apparent that McMullan was unable to shake of Philp. Philp kept his cool and showed signs of pulling off an outside pass, however this wouldn't have to be, as he slipped his nose inside of McMullan on the exit of turn two on the very last lap to move ahead. Philp was crowned European Champion, McMullan dusted himself off to take an impressive runner up finish with Cameron Doak third.

Saturday Support Round Up

A healthy showing of Micro F2's were on hand to provide support racing, with three visiting Scottish drivers Lana Middler, Rhys Walker and Caitlin Mitchell adding to the mix. Caitlin Mitchell made her trip across the Irish Sea very worthwhile by recording victories in all three of Saturday's races. Lana Middler also featured well with a runner up finish while Lola McCreight and William Graham were among the front runners.

There was impressive entry of the all action 2L Saloon Stock Cars including Scotland's William Mitchell. Two busy heat events served up action aplenty and wins for Marcus Watt and Dylan Booth. Booth was again the man to beat in the meeting final taking the silverware ahead of Mitchell and Ryan Wright.

Andrew Cole was the opening heat one winner in the Group 2 Lightning Rods before Colin Crawley commanded the remainder of the meeting with a heat two and meeting final victory, in the final Clive Wilson and David Nesbitt was next across the line.

- My Laps Information

Sunday 22nd May 2022

2Lt Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1 973 411 819 22 941 153 747 105 493
Heat 2 22 819 181 719 153 973 941 1105 711 747
Final 711 819 941 181 973 153 719 22 105 747

1300 Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1 17 924 923 515 216 932 335 888 194 997
Heat 2 17 335 1 888 41 924 932 515 997 923
Final 923 932 216 194 888 924 946

Stock Rods
Heat 1 914 47 142 268 932 115 91 958 92 65
Heat 2 914 47 18 142 92 981 77 958 115 21
Final 57 958 92 77 981 18 115 142 932 21

Junior Rods
Heat 1 924 534 910 18 945 18 85
Heat 2 19 534 48 910 924 18 932 61 945 85
Final 18 910 924 61 534 932 48 85 945 991

GP2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1 139 837 51 172 24 68 11 132
Heat 2 837 51 24 132 68 139 11 172
Final 139 51 24 132 39 172

Micro F2 Stock Cars
Heat 1 19 312 181 36 22 845 153 733 99 30
Heat 2 19 30 30 181 22 845 99 16 153 766
Final 181 19 36 312 99 22 153 16 733

Elite Hotrods
Heat 1 333 926 123 131 988
Heat 2 926 333 123 131 988 151
Final 333 926 123 131 988




A seven formula spectacular greeted fans on Sunday afternoon with action from the 2L Saloon Stock Cars, 1300 Stock Cars, Stock Rods, Junior Rods, Gp2 Lightning Rods, Micro F2's and Elite Hot Rods.

Scott Rainey was the first winner of the afternoon in the hard hitting 2L Saloon Stock Cars before Antrim's Bradley Woods took the heat two Spoils. Come final time it was the former Irish Champion Anthony McIvor who secured the victory ahead of Lee Booth and Adam White.

The 1300 Stock Cars were out in force providing the onlookers with three exciting races. Local man Stephen McCready chalked up a double heat victory and looked as though he could go all the way in the final, only to be interrupted by the current Irish Champion Chris Hamill on the final lap. Hamill crossed the line first, McCready was runner up with Simon Lamont third.

Joshua McMullan dominated the early afternoon Stock Rod events, taking glory in both the heat races. Jamie Cardwell continued to show flair when he visited victory lane after a wellexecuted final win. Joining Cardwell on the podium was Shea Duff the runner up and William Donnell in third.

Jack Morrow was again on top form in the Junior Rod section where he was the heat one victor. Heat two went the way of Brodie Millar before Calyn People produced a master class in the meeting final. Peoples stormed well clear to take the honours ahead of Aaron Ward and Morrow.

Colin Crawley enjoyed a brace of wins in the popular non contact Gp2 Lightning Rod formula, taking the heat one and final spoils. Heat two was won by David Nesbitt. Crawley was followed across the line in the final by George Esler and Andrew Cole.

The Micro F2's again turned out in force with car counts well into the teen's, amongst the top performers on the day was William Graham and Harry Martin.

Completing the busy schedule was the Elite Hot Rods. Donegal's enjoyed a heat and final double only being denied the perfect hat trick by Alistair Murray who romped to victory in heat two.

Racing returns to the raceway on Saturday 11th June (6pm) for day 1 of the Brisca F2 Speedweekend. The main event will be the F2 Stock Car 2022 Challenge Trophy, also up for grabs will be the ORCi Stock Rod European title. There will be support racing from the 2L Saloon Stock Cars, Gp2 Lightning Rods and Micro F2's.

Sunday (12th June 1pm) will see both the F2's and Stock Rods contest their Irish Open Championships. Also on the race card will be the Junior Rods, Micro F2's and Back 2 Basic Micro Bangers. All the ingredients are in place to make it a weekend of top class race action, not to be missed!


- My Laps Information

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